Atomic Automatic Ski

Priced: $567.90 - $749.99 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Atomic Automatic Ski -
Pro skiers Dana Flahr and Sage Cattibriga got together and gave birth to the Atomic Automatic Skis. Both of them are dudes, but that doesn’t matter when they share a passion for ripping the most ridiculous terrain. A Powder Rocker shape gives these sweet sticks the ability to slice through the fluffy stuff with authority. Constructed with Sprocket Power Booster inserts, you get incredible stability while zipping down the steeps, sensational pop off natural features and out of turns, and consistent flex so that you can become one with the Automatic. Unleashing unparalleled performance across all terrains, the Atomic Automatic Skis give you the power to unload complete dominance.

Fabric:

  • Step down sidewall construction
  • Sidewall construction ensures maximum torsional rigidity, uncanny edge grip and controlled tip-to-tail flex; sidewalls are reinforced in binding areas with 3 layers
  • Half cap construction in tips and tails reduces swing weight and chipping when your skis bang together

Weather and Wind:

  • Directional twin-tip design offers increased performance in varied snow conditions and during backcountry freestyle maneuvers
  • Early rise in the tips and tails enhances powder skiing forward or switch; traditional camber underfoot enhances edge grip on firm snow
  • Wood core provides smooth handling at high speeds and in deep powder; titanium reinforcements in tips and tails increase stability and reduce chatter on hard snow

Features:

  • Ti SPB inserts in front and in back of mounting area
  • Titanium Sprocket Power Booster
  • Powder Rocker profile with traditional camber underfoot
  • The Automatic skis prefer skiing forward thanks to a long cambered section underfoot with mellow tail rocker, but they will allow skiing backwards if you desire
  • Base or topsheet color may vary from online photo
  • Wide turn radius
  • Atomic Automatic skis feature 117mm waists that require bindings with wide brakes
Christy Sports

Atomic Automatic Ski - Men's: The Automatic is the brainchild of Pro skiers Sage Cattabriga and Dana Flahr.  They went on a mission to deliver the best in Big Mountain Powder performance and delivered.  Winning numerous awards last winter, featuring a 117mm waist and Powder Rocker profile the Automatic is a dream come true on deep storm days or shredding Big Mountain spines.  The Automatic boast SPB (Sprocket Power Booster) construction where we’ve inserted Ti strips directly into the top of the tip-to-tail wood core.  These Ti SPB’s deliver a lightweight solution for achieving stability in the rocker zones and great pop out of the turn.  Step Down Sidewall construction and full camber under foot ensure a powerful performance even on harder or mixed snow.


Evo (2014)
The Atomic Automatic Skis are surfy yet stable underfoot for fast paced spines and couloirs, quick turning for tree skiing and silky smooth for landing drops. The unique rocker profile provides float and pop, while still giving you stability and grip in harder snow conditions. Take the Atomic Automatic out on the deepest of days, or when hunting for those last few inches of last week's storm. There is a reason this is the ski of choice for Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and Dana Flahr. BECAUSE IT RULES.

Backcountry.com

When you break out the Atomic Automatic Ski, you better button up your powder skirt, cinch down your gloves, and whip out your snorkel, because you're in for a hell of a pow session. This big-mountain freeride ski was born to ski fast and hard down steep, open faces, drop big airs, and wow the crowd at the comps. A Powder Rocker profile features rockered tip and tail with classic camber underfoot for float, serious edge control, and turn rebound. The step-down sidewall gives you solid edge pressure for precision power on big, arcing turns, and the solid wood core gives you rock-hard stability and good rebound. The Automatic also features Sprocket Rocket Booster, a Ti SPB insert in front and back of binding mount area to add smooth stability when those runouts are longer than you expected.


REI (2014)

Ready to charge the steepest powder-covered slopes with stable, reinforced rockered tips and tails, the Atomic Automatic skis sit at the pinnacle of the brand's freeski powder category.

Recommended rider weights are a general guideline. Please keep in mind that additional factors can affect which size will best suit your needs. If you have questions regarding ski and snowboard sizing, please contact us at 1-800-426-4840.

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Activity:Downhill skiing
Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length:19m (@186cm)
Base Material:Sintered
Binding DIN:N/A
Binding Weight Range:N/A
Bindings included:19 meters
Camber:Camber underfoot
Construction Type:Cap/Sidewall
Core:141.5/117/130.5 millimeters
Core Material:Composite w/ Metal Laminate
Intended Use:Big Mountain, Powder
Model #:AA0024892179
Recommended skier weight:20 meters
Rocker:Rocker/Camber/Rocker
Shape:Partial twin tip
Sidecut radius:Powder
Sidewalls:Step Down Sidewall
Ski Gear Intended Use:All Mountain
Ski camber:Powder
Ski design:Downhill skiing
Ski dimensions:Powder
Ski terrain:Powder
Special Features:Powder Rocker
Tail Profile:Flared
Tip:Tapered tip
Tip/Waist/Tail Widths:140/117/129 (@186cm)
Titanium:Yes
Turn Radius:16-20
Twin tip:140.5/117/129.5 millimeters
Type:Powder Skis (111+)
Used:No
Waist Width:115mm+
Warranty:One Year
What Binding is Included?:N/A
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Reviews:

After reading reviews on this ski in Freeskier and Powder, I've noticed some similarity in that they both agreed that this ski is on the stiffer side. I suppose when you compare this ski to the Bentchetler, yes it is stiffer, but it's nothing you can't handle. I'm 5'2" 115lbs (I ski the 179) and I ski this ski any time there's pow on the ground. For a nice floaty, but maneuverable ski, I choose the Atomatic. It's stable at speed and charges through chop like a boss. I love em. The 183 Bentchetler is a little too much for my small stature, but I find the 179 to be the perfect ski for a charging pow ski. If you had asked me if this ski was stiff before I read those reviews, I might have said yes, but not too stiff because I feel like I can handle them great and don't ever feel like they are in control of me. Great ski, hands down an awesome ride on a pow day, and the graphics are all time.

Michelle Parker at Backcountry.com on 10/19/2013

I'm 5'11'' and I got the 186cm. It took me a little bit to figure out how to ski a ski this large. Once I did, it was magical, they STOMP big airs and tricks. Float in powder? It's not even fair how easily you can pop up on top and they even hold their own in technical terrain and moguls. Typically I wouldn't ski moguls with the ski this big, but with the automatics I will lap mogul runs all day long! This ski is confidence inspiring on natural lips and jumps, they are so stable in the air and give such a big landing platform that I can go bigger than I have been able to before.

Nate Margolis at Backcountry.com on 12/29/2013

I have been loving the Automatic, and is my go to ski. no surprise that it skis super well in the pow and crud, a less obvious perk is that it carves real nice on the groomer to, making it a everyday ski if you ski anywhere where powder falls.
I mount mine on the +3 mark so that its swing weight and tail length is more balanced. If you want playful aspects of the ski to be enhanced because of interest in buttering, and spinning I recommend the +3 mount. If your a more traditional cruzer who rarely spins or butters you may prefer the trad mounting location.

sage cattabriga-alosa at Backcountry.com on 11/21/2013

I'm loving my 186's mounted at +1 for forward-only free-ridin' telemark. After skiing the Rossi S7's since they first came out, the Automatics are a very noble 'upgrade' that keeps the same characteristics that I loved about the S7 and adds the stiffness that the S7 lacked. Yummie.
I had them mounted at -0.5cm and didn't like it - kept feeling like i had to lean forward way too much to get the sweet spot - it was very obvious when skiing groomers and just rolling the ankles over.

WishfulThinking at Backcountry.com on 12/09/2013